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Kat’s Eye View: Baby superstition! Writing on the wall

I only trust my fortune cookies if they have my favorite number in the “lucky numbers” on the bottom. And when waiting to hear about a job, a contest, an application to a workshop, I...

Kat’s Eye View: The winding road to free art

There is not always something interesting going on in the Santa Clarita Valley to photograph. As a photojournalist, this can present a problem. How do we find photos to put in the paper when there's...
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Kat’s Eye View: “Santa Clarita Diet” is worth biting into

Editor's note: Kat's Eye View columnist and Signal photographer Katharine Lotze was given access to all 10 "Santa Clarita Diet" episodes ahead of the Feb. 3 premiere on Netflix. This week, her column appears in...

Kat’s Eye View: Tattoos and track

  It was my dad’s house, so they were his rules. And he wasn’t allowing any tattoos under his roof. Besides, he said, I had other things to focus on: school, preparing for college in the fall,...

Kat’s Eye View: Disappearing Act

There’s a trend I’ve observed in my hours spent mindlessly scrolling through social media outlets. It’s a disappearing act of sorts. Over the holidays, there was an explosion of engagements across my friends list. “Congratulations!” I typed...

Kat’s Eye View: Comforting Champurrado

Like most people, I came down with a cold over the holidays. But more than coffee or soup, the Mexican drink champurrado (a kind of thickened hot chocolate) makes me feel better. It’s warm, soothing...

Kat’s Eye View: Out-gifted, or how Christmas came early

What do you get the guy who has everything? You have to get creative, that’s what. My boyfriend, Matt, has expensive hobbies. He’s into guitars, wine from Burgundy, and travel abroad – all things that I,...

Kat’s Eye View: The Importance of Regular Maintenance

Of all the cars I’ve ever owned – three of them total – my Toyota Matrix is the only one my dad hasn’t ever worked on. Growing up in eastern Washington, my dad took care...